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The latest developments in digital communications were discussed at length at the Colorado Press Association annual convention Feb. 21 in Denver. While expanding modes of obtaining news continue in an extended renaissance period, it appears while … more
Boy, the run up to the Super Bowl sure was exciting this year, wasn’t it? Of course, the game was, um, shall we say ... disappointing (read: a fiasco, an embarrassment). But that doesn’t change what happened in the days running up to it. The … more
It really saddened me to see the photo of out-going Jefferson County Superintendent Cindy Stevenson crying as she departs from her 12-year career as the leader in the school system. But equally, it infuriated me to see the person who helped shove … more
Every community should take prudent measures to preserve its history. It’s not just the old wind-up alarm clock that sat on Aunt Jennie’s bedside or the milking can from Farmer Jones. Documents reflect the actions that were taken in the past … more
We asked readers what their favorite things to do in the winter were. more
I’ve been thinking a lot about language lately, specifically foreign languages. And — appropriately enough, with the recent focus on the world’s athletes at the Winter Olympics — I’m fascinated with speakers of foreign languages. I have … more
Well, it wasn’t “just a game” when our Denver Broncos dashed every hope we had for a super bowl win. I blame all the hype that went on for the two prior weeks in New York City. It was a frenzy that about wore everyone out until we uttered … more
Enough already! The Keystone Pipeline Project should have been previously approved by President Barack Obama. The 875-mile pipeline, which would cross three states, would transport crude oil from Canadian tar sands to refining facilities on the … more
A high school student kills a classmate. Another sets himself on fire. Still another murders his mother. Those things happened in Denver’s suburbs in a recent six-week span. Across the country, media reports tell far and wide of teenagers … more
As someone who covers the state Legislature, it's common for me to write about lawmakers who fight like cats and dogs. Yeah, yeah, I get it. Legislators will tell you that more than 90 percent of bills are passed with bipartisan support. No … more
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